It is made in China.
I'm guessing TableTops Unlimited (TTU.) Likely a container/direct import program with a large retailer, etc. TTU usually doesn't sell some of these custom products direct to consumer, only through retailers/distributors.
For an online order to qualify for free shipping from Tabletops Unlimited, one's order must cost at least 75 dollars. This 75 dollars is the cost before taxes.
According to chefscatalog.com, their ambrosia dinnerware is made from stoneware.
There are various places where you can view tabletops gallery. Amazon, Ebay, Overstock are a selection of websites where you are able view tabletops.
Fancy dinnerware is defined as dishes, flatware, and glassware. They are often made of silver and crystal.
Dinnerware made from recycled products are normally less exspensive.
Granite, which is an igneous rock, is commonly used for floors and tabletops.
Replacements Unlimited is the best place to find exactly what you are looking for. If they can't get what you need then you are probably going to have great difficulty getting it. On the web you can find them at www.replacements.com.
Apilco dinnerware is very durable, which gives it its high prices. Apilco dinnerware is made from pure porcelain, using five raw materials often used in making porcelain objects: kaolin, sable, feldspath, argile, and craie.
Pfaltzgraff Dinnerware Set - 16 pc. would be a a great dinnerware set for a fancy party.
Plastic cutlery and dinnerware? :')
No. The last USA manufacturing plant closed in 2005.